Publications

Video · May 2013

"Why does our whole discussion about improving learning go on with no one questioning the old institution of adolescence?" These were Ted Kolderie's opening words in a TED talk at the New Schools Venture Fund summit May 1 in San Francisco.

Video · November 2012

A Minnesota teacher took initiative to reimagine what "school" could be. His students seem engaged, and are performing highly. But can his innovation spread in our current education system? Will it even survive?

Video · July 2009

Watch teachers describe what it's like to work in schools designed and run by teachers—that is, teacher-powered schools.

Video · July 2009

Clayton Christensen, business professor at Harvard Business School, says: Improvement requires states to make room for disruptive innovation in public education.

Video · March 2009

Ted Kolderie provides a video introduction to the idea of teachers designing and running their schools, as a "partnership." Most recently, EE has begun to call these schools teacher-powered schools.

Video · August 2008

Podcast on the concept of disruptive innovation, and its application to US compulsory education. The second half considers Higher Education through the lens of disruptive innovation, and explains how radical developments such as iTunesU and OpenCourseWare may not be as disruptive as they first appear.

Video · July 2005

Clayton Christensen, Harvard Business School Professor, speaks on "Disruptive Innovation" in education, at the ECS conference in 2005.

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